The West is preparing a colour revolution in Belarus.
It is important to review the documents and papers issued by the opposition (in Belarus), one of these papers provoked very wide reactions and a huge controversy, in Belarus and in Russia. A detailed programme that deals with all aspects of life in Belarus, economically, politically, militarily, sociologically and culturally. This document calls for the complete destruction of everything related to Russia, economically, culturally and linguistically. The undermining and destruction of the union state system that brings the two countries together, the exit of Belarus from all the integrative agreements that have been built over decades with Russia, the abolition of the Russian language, the abolition of the Russian media, the criminalisation of insulting the Belarusian language.
Recurring disinformation about Belarus and attempts to disrupt Belarusian-Russian relations. The call to revise the documents comes from televised remarks made by the Belarusian leader Alyaksandr Lukashenka during a meeting with his security council, claiming that the opposition council intended to initiate a “creeping” process of banning the Russian language, among other baseless allegations. Lukashenka’s description of the opposition’s programme, however, had no factual basis since the council has so far set no policy agenda other than calling for the president to step down and to allow a new election. Furthermore, the Belarusian opposition Coordination Council advocates friendly relations with all countries, including Russia. Pavel Latushka, a member of the same council was quoted as saying: "It is pragmatic and trivial to have the best relations with Russia." Read earlier disinformation cases alleging that the West is helping to destabilise the situation in Belarus before the election, that US agents attempt to overthrow Lukashenka along with the Ukrainian scenario, that the West dreams of tearing Belarus apart from Russia and to organise a Ukraine-like scenario, and that pro-Western Belarusian opposition prepares a revolution with the assistance of armed Ukrainian nationalists.